Students’ Quality in Community Education in Improving the Human Development Index in Indonesia


The Human Development Index (HDI) is taken from the average life expectancy, education (average length of schooling and expected length of schooling), and a decent standard of living. Based on the Central Statistics Agency (BPS) database in 2020, there was a slowdown in the growth of the HDI in 2020 compared to previous years. This growth only increased by 0.02. According to the PISA (Program for International Student Assessment) survey, Indonesia is still at the bottom for the quality of education. To deal with these problems, The government must also begin transitioning from a policy of expanding access to education to one of expanding the quality of education in Indonesia in order to address the new challenges that will arise as a result of the rising HDI. Using qualitative methods through literature studies, this study aimed to describe how students’ quality in community education in improving the Human Development Index in Indonesia. The result shows that community education in its educational practice needs to follow the needs of the community as students in overcoming their problems so that the quality of the community increases and so does the Human Development Index in Indonesia.

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Permata Chitra Haelda Manik, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Indonesia
Joni Rahmat Pramudia, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Indonesia
Jajat S Ardiwinata, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Indonesia

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Conference: ACAH2023
Stream: Teaching and Learning

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Manik P., Pramudia J., & Ardiwinata J. (2023) Students’ Quality in Community Education in Improving the Human Development Index in Indonesia ISSN: 2186-229X – The Asian Conference on Arts & Humanities 2023 Official Conference Proceedings
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